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Membership Application Form / Annual Subscription Renewal

Annual Subscriptions

At the Annual General Meeting on 25 November 2018, the members present voted for new subscription rates as follows, to take effect from 1 April 2019 :

Individual members, 10 per year each
Family membership, including all members living at the same address, 15 per year.
Overseas membership, i.e. outside the UK, 20 per year.
One copy of The Merry Mawkin will be sent to each unique address, addressed to the alphabetically first-named member at the address and intended for all members residing at that address.

Subscriptions are due annually on 1 April.

Richard Reid, Hon. Treasurer.


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